Château Miraval Côtes de Provence Rosé Blend 2015

$24.99

This wine is just the third vintage from Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's Provence estate, Château Miraval, and is possibly the most anticipated release of a rosé ever seen. Hurry before it sells out in a flash.  The new summer wine to be seen with! Made in partnership with the Perrin family of Château de Beaucastel and featuring a distinctive Champagne punt design, it comes from a blend of Cinsault, Grenache and Syrah and Rolle (aka Vermentino). It was made using a combination of direct pressing and the saignée method and vinified primarily in stainless vats. Roughly 5% was fermented in oak barrels to give the wine added richness. All grapes for this wine are grown using organic techniques. 91 Points - Five Stars Decanter Magazine:  "Lovely floral nose…delicate structure that deepens on the palate…there is a sense of power alongside the elegance, a structure and a fresh acidity that gives the wine persistency, with a grip of minerality that gives a delicious mouthwatering finish."

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Ratings on Delectable

Joyce Lin Delectable Pro

Unripe strawberry, raspberry, thyme, slightly savory, dry, mineral

Unripe strawberry, raspberry, thyme, slightly savory, dry, mineral

8.8

Geoff Troup Delectable Pro

Sales Eder Brothers, Cellar Fine Wines

This just sucks. So unexpressive and flat.

This just sucks. So unexpressive and flat.

6.1

Paul T- Huntington Beach

3 liter, It was either water or Rose’ for the week, I’ve had this in the fridge for a couple years now. Time to move it out of the way for winter covid storage.

3 liter, It was either water or Rose’ for the week, I’ve had this in the fridge for a couple years now. Time to move it out of the way for winter covid storage.

9.0

Sander Schaap

It's true, it ages like Angelina.

It's true, it ages like Angelina.

9.0

GabWine

Color : Rosé Wine estate : Miraval Designation : Côtes de Provence Name : Côtes de Provence Country : France Vivino : 4/5 Note : With its salmon robe, this rosé gives us a pleasant surprise on the nose with a freshness of grapefruit. The evolution of glass continues with citrus, lemons and oranges with a great aromatic. The final, on the melon, is sufficient and pleasant. ---------- Avec sa robe saumonée, ce rosé nous donne une agréable surprise au nez par une fraîcheur de pamplemousse. L’évolution du verre se poursuit avec des agrumes, citrons et oranges avec une aromatique grandiose. Le final, sur le melon, est suffisant et agréable. ----------

Color : Rosé Wine estate : Miraval Designation : Côtes de Provence Name : Côtes de Provence Country : France Vivino : 4/5 Note : With its salmon robe, this rosé gives us a pleasant surprise on the nose with a freshness of grapefruit. The evolution of glass continues with citrus, lemons and oranges with a great aromatic. The final, on the melon, is sufficient and pleasant. ---------- Avec sa robe saumonée, ce rosé nous donne une agréable surprise au nez par une fraîcheur de pamplemousse. L’évolution du verre se poursuit avec des agrumes, citrons et oranges avec une aromatique grandiose. Le final, sur le melon, est suffisant et agréable. ----------

8.5

Joe Lyons

When hotel in Tokyo has one of my favorite rose. Dry and drinking wonderful.

When hotel in Tokyo has one of my favorite rose. Dry and drinking wonderful.

8.9

Willie Carter

Soft, pale blush color with an enticing nose packed with apricots, strawberries, and fresh cut flowers. Whenever I drink this I always end up undecided on whether this is a Provençal take on the New World or if it's old school Bandol. I'm still not sure, but I do know that I like it. Very crisp and varietally correct with tart green apple, peaches, tangerines, and a touch of elegance on the palate. Wonderful, unexpected minerality to boot.

Soft, pale blush color with an enticing nose packed with apricots, strawberries, and fresh cut flowers. Whenever I drink this I always end up undecided on whether this is a Provençal take on the New World or if it's old school Bandol. I'm still not sure, but I do know that I like it. Very crisp and varietally correct with tart green apple, peaches, tangerines, and a touch of elegance on the palate. Wonderful, unexpected minerality to boot.

8.9

Daniel Martinez Cardenas

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8.7

James Forsyth Delectable Pro

A crowd pleaser this summer!

A crowd pleaser this summer!

8.8

Lawrence Asrikin

Muted nose. Faint hints of golden raisin, jasmine and honey but not much going on overall. Lacks acidity and structure. Quite bland on the palate with slightly bitter aftertaste. Way overpriced for its value.

Muted nose. Faint hints of golden raisin, jasmine and honey but not much going on overall. Lacks acidity and structure. Quite bland on the palate with slightly bitter aftertaste. Way overpriced for its value.

7.7

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